Pioneer High School

Ann Arbor Public Schools

Pioneer Office 734-994-2120

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Vision / Mission Statement

  • Our Vision:

    Pioneer High School will encourage students to explore their learning potential through opportunities provided by instruction.

    Our Mission:

    Pioneer High School prepares every student to be successful in college or at a career through rigorous study and social development.

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  • Statement of Non-Discrimination

    No person shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in any educational program or activity available in any school on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, creed, political belief, age, national origin, linguistic and language differences, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, socioeconomic status, height, weight, marital or familial status, disability or veteran status.

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 Welcome to

Pioneer High School

Home of the Pioneers


 
 
 Pioneer High School Dress Code

1. Undergarments should not be visible at any time.
2. Shirts and/or tops should not expose the midriff area in the front or back.
3. All tops should have straps that are at least two inches wide.
4. No see-through or clothing with holes that expose skin.
5. Hoods or hoodies may not be worn on the head in the school building.
6. Hats/headgear may not be worn during school hours in the school building.
7. When a student stands with arms straight down by their sides, the bottom of
his/her shorts, skirts, and/or dress should reach their fingertips or below.
8. Slacks and shorts should be belted at the waist to prevent sagging below the
waistline.
School personnel reserve the right to evaluate the appropriateness of student dress. If
you are deemed not appropriately dressed we will:
1) ask you to change;
2) ask you to call parents to bring appropriate clothing; and/or
3) ask you to phone parent and go home to change.
 
 

2015 GRAMMY® Gold Signature School

Pioneer's 8th Grammy!

US News and World Report Top 20 High Schools in Michigan for 2015!

 US News

Pioneer has been awarded as a MI HEARTSafe School! 
 
 

 
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Registration

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     2015-2016 PIONEER HIGH SCHOOL REGISTRATION

     
    Greetings Pioneer Students & Families:

    Registration for the 2015-2016 school year will take place at Pioneer High School on Wednesday, August 26th and Thursday, August 27th.
     
    Please note that InfoSnap is the new program through AAPS to update your information. You should have received an e-mail with your snapcode and information on how to update your registration forms online. If you do not have the information or need help with InfoSnap, please contact my office at 994-2126. To access the InfoSnap Online Registration please visit the District Registration Page
     
    Forms                                                                                            
     
    11th Grade Off Campus                                                                            
    12th Grade Off Campus                                                                              
     

    All students will begin at Station #1 at the Flagpole Entrance (entrance facing S. Main St.). One of the stations is for school pictures, which will be used for their Student I.D. and the yearbook. A picture order form is also enclosed. Registration is mandatory. The dates and times are based on the students’ grade level and last name, as detailed below.

    Students with obligations will be unable to register prior to clearing their obligations. For questions regarding book
    obligations, call Kathy Robenalt at 994-2186. For other obligations, contact the General Office at 994-2120. You can turn in or pay for your obligations in the General Office from now until August 21st. Cash or check will be accepted. No credit cards.

     8/26/15  8/27/15    
    12th Grade

    8am A - Con

    8:30 Coo - Ha

    9:00 He - La

    9:30 Le - Par

    10:00 Pas - So

    10:30 Sp - Z
     
     
    11th Grade

    12:00pm A - Con

    12:30 Coo - Ha

    1:00 He - La

    1:30 Le - Par

    2:00 Pas - So

    2:30 Sp - Z
    10th Grade

    8am A - Con

    8:30 Coo - Ha

    9:00 He - La

    9:30 Le - Par

    10:00 Pas - So

    10:30 Sp - Z

     
    9th Grade

    7:50 am Freshman Orientation
    in Main Gym (students only-Parents
    will need to return at 12pm for
    Registration).

    12pm Freshmen Registration in
    Schrieber Auditorium
       



    Note: Friday, August 28th, Link Crew Leaders will be available for new student tours from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

    MAKE-UP REGISTRATION: Monday, August 31st 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

    Students will receive a copy of their schedule at Registration. Counselors will not be available to assist with scheduling questions. Request for Schedule Assistance forms will be available the day of registration and counselors will have appointments available before and after those days.

Enrolling

 

 

Having trouble with InfoSnap? Please contact the company for assistance:
866-752-6850 (8 a.m. – 5 p.m.) or
support@infosnap.com


Join Us! Enroll in the Ann Arbor Public Schools

Use the links above to find out more about the Ann Arbor Public Schools and our exceptional offerings. For assistance or more information, please contact the central office at 734-994-2200 or send an email to our Child Accounting department at enroll@a2schools.org.

  • Founded in 1905, AAPS serves the City of Ann Arbor and eight surrounding townships covering 125 square miles.
  • AAPS educates approximately 16,815 students in 32 schools and one online academy and employs approximately 2,500 full and part time employees.
  • AAPS teachers and administrators are passionate about education. Teachers are inspired to work closely with families to create a unique and meaningful learning experience for each and every child.
  • 81% of AAPS teachers hold a Master’s degree or above.
  • AAPS is proud of our diverse student body representing 85 countries and 64 different languages.
  • AAPS is a high performing district offering 25 Advanced Placement (AP) courses at our high schools.
  • In May 2014, 2,343 Advanced Placement (AP) exams were taken by AAPS students. 
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